¡New lesson! “Las Sílabas (da, de, di, do, du)” – Syllables.
A syllable is the smallest unit of speech that occurs in a single vocal impulse. Words can be composed of one or more syllables.
In Spanish, the syllables are most often formed with a combination of a consonant-vowel pattern. The vowel sounds never change and always sound exactly the same throughout the language, thus, words are mastered by mastering syllables.
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.